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Niger British & World English

A river in NW Africa, which rises on the NE border of Sierra Leone and flows in a great arc for 4,100 km (2,550 miles) north-east to Mali, then south-east through western Niger and Nigeria, before turning southwards into the Gulf of Guinea

Niger–Congo British & World English

Denoting or belonging to a large phylum of languages in Africa, named after the Rivers Niger and Congo. It comprises most of the languages spoken by the indigenous peoples of Africa south of the Sahara and includes the Bantu, Mande, Gur, and Kwa families

C. niger in blackfish British & World English

Any of a number of dark-coloured fish:

Melichthys niger in black durgon British & World English

A black triggerfish that occurs worldwide in tropical seas

Hyoscyamus niger in henbane British & World English

A poisonous Eurasian plant of the nightshade family, with sticky hairy leaves and an unpleasant smell

Helleborus niger in Christmas rose British & World English

A small white-flowered winter-blooming hellebore, grown as a houseplant

Hippotragus niger in sable2 British & World English

A large African antelope with long curved horns, the male of which has a black coat and the female a russet coat, both having a white belly

Niger English-Spanish

Níger masculine

Niger–Congo New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

large group of African languages